Is shopping good in Vietnam?
Vietnam is a shopper’s paradise. There are so many great things to buy in Vietnam including food, souvenirs, clothes, and artwork. This guide will introduce some of the many great items available for purchase, the best places to buy these items, and what they will cost you.
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What can you buy in Saigon?
Best Souvenirs to Buy in Saigon
- Ao Dai. Traditional, beautiful, flowing ao dais are central to Vietnamese ceremonial life.
- Wartime Zippo Lighters.
- Non La (Straw Hat)
- Propaganda Art.
- Bamboo Dragonflies.
- Musical Instruments.
- Hand-Embroidered Clothes.
Are clothes in Vietnam cheap?
Vietnam is famous for cheap tailored clothing, making it such a great alternative to clothes shopping. The price depends greatly on the quality. The following are pricing examples of a budget versus high-quality tailor. With tailoring, you really get what you paid for.
What are the major shopping malls in Ho Chi Minh city?
Among a number of shopping malls built by foreign investors, Vincom is a Vietnamese name in the list of major shopping centers in Ho Chi Minh City.
Where to go to see movies in Ho Chi Minh city?
CGV is one of the biggest and most modern movie theaters now in Vietnam. Located at 34 Le Duan Street, District 1, just adjacent to Notre Dame Cathedral, Diamond Plaza is also a big shopping mall in Ho Chi Minh City.
What will be the new symbol of Ho Chi Minh city?
As one of the highest buildings in the world, Vincom Center Landmark 81 deserves to be a new symbol of Ho Chi Minh City. With stalls of the world’s leading fashion, accessories, and sports brands, it is also a shopping paradise for both locals and foreign tourists.
Where to buy wholesale clothes in Ho Chi Minh city?
A 5-minute walk from Benh Thanh Market, Saigon Square is a 2-storey wholesale fashion mall that offers some of the best prices in Ho Chi Minh City. Perfect for bargain hunters, there are seemingly endless aisles of small stalls selling T-shirts, men’s and women’s apparel, shoes, purses, swimwear, luggage, jewelry, and textiles.